Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Review: Savage Things (Chaos & Ruin #2) by Callie Hart

*****5 Stars*****

I love it when I'm right. I feel like Columbo at the fact that in my review of Violent Things, I said there was definitely a build up to something much much bigger and I am so happy to say I was right, because Savage Things was like a speeding freight train from start to finish.
I loved book one, but this, for me was in a totally different league and dare I say almost as good if not just as good as the Blood & Roses series.
Zeth was back to his best and was definitely the man we all know and love. Always like a ticking time bomb waiting to explode and that for me makes him so damn irresistible.
Sloane was amazing throughout. She was hard as nails with a softer side, that we don't often get to see.
Mason is a very complex character and it will be interesting to see how things pan out for him, but he certainly is one of the many reasons I am anticipating what is going to happen with this series.
I'm probably not the only one when I say this, but I hate Denise Lowell. If she fell under a bus I really wouldn't be upset. However she isn't the only antagonist in this book. In fact there's so much going on, but despite that it's written in such a way that everything is clear and I literally was glued to the pages from start to finish.
What I love about this series is the familiarity of some characters from some of Callie's former series and also the introduction of some new characters as well.
All in all I simply loved this book. I need the next book like, yesterday!!!

Reviewed by Louise Dale


At the eye of a violent storm, everything is calm. It’s only when the storm shifts that your life explodes into chaos.

The $#*& is finally about to hit the fan for Zeth. After months of blissful quiet, the wolves are at his door, teeth bared and snarling, baying for blood, and the sinister elements of the Seattle underground are closing in tight. In other words, things are about to get bad. Real fucking bad.

Zeth Mayfair isn’t your average criminal, though.

If the New York mob wants his allegiance, they’re gonna have to force him to submit. If the cops want his ass in chains, they’re gonna have to catch him first.

He’ll kill the wolves. He’ll ride out the storm. He’ll make his enemies suffer. Zeth Mayfair is about to crown himself ruler of the city, and fuck anyone who dares to take on the king.
They will obey, or they will fall.

The choice is theirs.


Death is a bitch.

Sloane Romera sees death every day, looks it square in the eye, and she does not flinch. When Mason Reeves brings his little sister into St. Peter’s emergency room, a dark cloud hangs over the kid—one Sloane recognizes all too well. Millie is gravely ill, but it's not too late. Sloane's determined to do everything in her power to help her, regardless of the cost, regardless of how many rules she must break in the process.

Mason’s struck a deal with the devil, though. A deal that has painted a huge target on Sloane’s back. There’s every chance she’ll be dead by morning, and the man she loves might not be able to save her this time.

If there’s one thing Sloane knows, it’s that you can’t cheat death. When the Grim Reaper demands a life, a life must be given. Bargaining won’t work. Begging is futile.
A life for a life.

The debt must be paid in full.

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